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Player: LayZ Style Subject: Ruy Lopez Trap #20, Steinitz defence 7. Bxc6 bxc6 8. Qf3 c5 9. Nf5 g6
|9...g6 A weakening move, but it is not easy to see how White will take advantage of it. 9...Bxf5 is much better, although White\'s game remains preferable.|
10.Bg5! Threatening to win at once with 11.Nd5.
Of course not 10...Be7; 11.Nxe7 followed by 12.Bxf6 and White wins.
11.e5 with the intention of playing 12.Bxf6, winning the exchange.
On 12...Qxf6 13.Qxa8 wins.
14...Be7; hoping for 15.Bxe7? Qxe7 and White\'s pinned Queen cannot capture the Rook.
White has won the exchange.
|1 dsuttles||2014-08-22 14:37:42|
|\'11.e5 with the intention of playing 12.Bxf6, winning the exchange.\'|
- as in this game, Schachinger vs. Frosch
Austria 2006, the difference being that the position is reached through the Philidor Defence, exchange variation (C41
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